Victorian 14kt Rose Cut Diamond Cluster Ring 1.25ctw
A gorgeous diamond cluster ring from the Victorian (ca1880) era! This breathtaking piece is made of 14kt gold and features a cluster of Rose cut diamonds, which are held within an elevated raised prong setting. A stunning rose cut diamond rests at the center of the design, surrounded by a halo of smaller stones that create a sparkling border. In total, the diamonds have an approximate carat weight of 1.25ctw combined. A series of scalloped prongs form a crown-like setting that suspends the diamond platform, allowing it to rest prominently above the band. Completing the design is a split shank at each shoulder, extending to a smooth gold band, which is slightly rosy in hue. If requested, a complimentary appraisal issued by an independent and accredited GIA graduate gemologist can be completed after purchase for insurance purposes. A wonderful and enchanting Victorian ring, it looks simply stunning when worn. It would make a magnificent addition to any antique collection, or a very unique and special engagement ring!
Measurements: The ring has a finger size of 5 but could be easily re-sized up or down as desired. The oval centerpiece measures 3/8" wide, 1/2" tall, and rests 3/8" above the band.
Condition: The overall condition of the ring is excellent. Besides normal surface wear, there is no apparent damage to the gold setting, and all of the rose cut diamonds are intact and secure within their setting. There is a natural patina on the surface of the setting, which gives an antique appearance. This is normal for Victorian era jewelry and adds to its character and beauty.